Rspec 1.0.8 with Rails 2.0

Is it OK to go ahead and generate a Rails 2.0 project with RSpec 1.0.8?
Am I
likely to run into problems?
Would it be best advised to wait or can I go ahead now?
Thanks,
Yitzhak

It’s likely to fall completely on its face in a horrific manner,
you’ll enjoy life much more if you use edge rspec.

Nathan S.
[email protected]
rspec edge revision 3052
rspec_on_rails edge revision 3049
rails edge revision 8269

I highly recommend using piston for this. Works like a breeze here.

Stefan

2007/12/12, Nathan S. [email protected]:

On Dec 12, 2007 12:48 AM, Yitzhak Bar G. [email protected] wrote:

Is it OK to go ahead and generate a Rails 2.0 project with RSpec 1.0.8? Am I
likely to run into problems?

When we released RSpec 1.0.8 there was no Rails 2.0. We always have to
do a fair amount of tweaks to keep up with Rails, so the versions
you’re talking about are incompatible.

As a general rule: Each RSpec release will work with the latest Rails
at the time of release. If you want to use a newer Rails, use RSpec
trunk.

Aslak

On Dec 12, 2007 10:17 PM, Pat M. [email protected] wrote:

As a general rule: Each RSpec release will work with the latest Rails
at the time of release. If you want to use a newer Rails, use RSpec
trunk.

Do you think it would make sense to do an interim release of RSpec
whenever a new Rails version gets released?

We try to do releases right after rails releases - that’s why we’re
working hard to get 1.1 out the door now.

On Dec 12, 2007 4:01 AM, aslak hellesoy [email protected]
wrote:

at the time of release. If you want to use a newer Rails, use RSpec
trunk.

Do you think it would make sense to do an interim release of RSpec
whenever a new Rails version gets released? It (probably) shouldn’t
be based off of trunk, but rather the last stable release, with
whatever little bug fixes may be required to work with Rails. That
way there’s no question…for any Rails version, people have the
choice of using a stable version of RSpec trunk.

Pat

Hi there,

Would it make sense to put up a page on an RSpec wiki where a table of
good
combinations (versions of rails and rspec) would be maintained? Anyway,
I
think a wiki would be a good idea.

Stefan

2007/12/13, David C. [email protected]:

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